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#441 of 892 Jeep Rebates/Financing
Mar 10, 2008 (9:52 am)
Have been in the market looking to replace my 2002 Limited Grand Cherokee (191K miles and still going....) . Was going to act on the incentives a few months ago, but the 0% for 36 months along with the rebates, still put my monthly payments too high. Thought that if I could hold out a few months perhaps 0% would be increased to 48 months with additional incentives. I was getting greedy....My local Jeep dealers are LOADED on their lots. Anyone have any idea what April might bring from an incentive perspective? What sort of discount off MSRP should I currenlty be looking at? thanks-
#442 of 892 Re: Jeep Rebates/Financing [maude2]
Mar 10, 2008 (2:14 pm)
I don't have any info on the rebates. As for price, don't pay a cent more than invoice. And if you really want to negotiate, you should be able to get $500 below invoice. And *then* subtract all the rebates.
This is assuming you want an 08 in a common configuration and there are several Jeep dealers near you.
Let us know how you make out. Not sure if you're considering the HID lights, but they are well worth it.
#443 of 892 Re: Jeep Rebates/Financing [verdugo]
Mar 10, 2008 (5:00 pm)
I totally agree with verdugo. Rebate minus 10% more off list, should get you under invoice. See my earlier postings in November but sales are worse now with $107 oil and $3.10 gas. I see a local deal has a few 07 Commanders on the lot with 5.7L hemi's that are marked down $6500 and that is their asking price, they may go for less.
#444 of 892 Re: Jeep Rebates/Financing [verdugo]
Mar 12, 2008 (11:34 am)
Thank you. I found a Grand Cherokee Laredo V8- Base: 30,490 sun/sound 995, Pkg. 28 E (Sticker states 1,580) but when I look at it on edmunds MSRP states 985 so this has confused me...plus 730 destination. Sticker MSRP states 33,795 but with the confusion on edmunds and KBB I think it should really be 33,145. (Has something changed with the pricing on the 28E Pkg???) Invoice based on the 33,145 price is 30,420. I took the 4K off for rebate plus another $500 off of invoice and came up with 25,920. This would be the most I would be willing to pay. I read on an earlier thread some dealers with a window tag at $7700 off MSRP (this would bring it down to 25,445) so I'm thinking I can get this at 25K. Any thoughts or advice?? Thank for your help.
#445 of 892 Re: Jeep Rebates/Financing [maude2]
Mar 16, 2008 (2:07 pm)
This seems like an excellent deal. All of the dealers that are willing to deal you a good price are willing around 4k off invoice + a little more.
A local dealer here (who is known for excellent online prices) has base 08 4wd V6 laredos for 24,500 with MSRP 31,335. I know for a fact that they are willing to sell at 23,999...So I think you are getting a pretty good price. Good luck with your purchase.
#446 of 892 Used 07 pricing
Mar 16, 2008 (2:11 pm)
I just put down a deposit on an 07 4wd Laredo with 19k on it. It was a former rental car (so I know what that means and obviously no lifetime warranty) but it had an odd set of options. It has the 26F (fleet) package + essentially every other laredo option besides the sunroof. It is basically like a 26X - the sunroof.
I got it for 18,3xx + TTL. It is a relatively clean vehicle, the dealer is going to do a few touch ups with the paint and replace front rotors.
Locally you can get used base 07 4x4s (15-20k miles) for 16,999 and 17,999.
#447 of 892 2008 Grand Cherokee Overland
Apr 12, 2008 (7:32 am)
2008 Grand Cherokee Overland. Signed the deal yesterday going to pick up in a few minutes. MSRP = 43,495. My deal was 33,143 (before taxes, etc). I used a Friends and Family coupon from a relative who is a Chrysler retiree (which gets you to around 1% below invoice). They had the 3,500 rebate, plus 500 military rebate, plus some sort of extra 2,000 Bonus rebate, plus they threw in an extra $700 on their own. Lithia Jeep in Colorado Springs, CO. I am trying to contain my excitement, but this seems like an incredible deal. Includes Lifetime Powertrain Warranty, of course. I can get extend to bumber-to-bumber (Maximum Care) lifetime warranty online for about $1700, so I am considering that.
#448 of 892 Re: 2008 Grand Cherokee Overland [rgdawson]
Apr 12, 2008 (11:37 am)
wow. That is a good deal. You paid less than I did for my Limited 4.7L w/o Quadra drive II.
Was there a trade in involved?
#449 of 892 Re: 2008 Grand Cherokee Overland [verdugo]
Apr 12, 2008 (9:01 pm)
No trade. And when I went to pick it up, the dealer offered to match an online deal I showed him for a LIFETIME Chrysler "Maximum Care" warranty for $1,615, so I bought it effectively giving me a lifetime bumber to bumber warranty. I never bought an extended warranty before, but I figured it would be neat to match the lifetime powertrain warranty with similar coverage for the rest of the car...and the price was right. My wife better like this thing, haha.
#450 of 892 Re: 2008 Grand Cherokee Overland [rgdawson]
Apr 13, 2008 (6:42 pm)
Awesome deal. Hope you enjoy your Jeep as much as I'm enjoying mine.